I provide indidividual therapy to adolescents, adults, and older adults. I also provide couples therapy and marriage counseling.

My Approach

My approach is eclectic—based on psychodynamic practices, deep empathy, Buddhist philosophy, mindfulness, and some cognitive-behavioral work. I have been influenced by the ideas of Carl Jung, Carl Rogers, Yalom, Tara Brach, and Joseph Moore. Our work will be collaborative and focus on your goals and aspirations. Therapy is about finding your most authentic self, and working with this in a practical and loving way. This can sometimes be a painful and challenging process, but one that ultimately leads to a greater sense of fulfillment and self-awareness.


I have helped people work on issues related to despression, anxiety, family conflict, self-esteem, trauma, relationship issues, parenting skills, a sense of feeling empty or dissatisfied with career, and issues related to identity.


Individual sessions are 45 or 60 minutes. Couples or family sessions are 60 minutes.


I do not provide medication treatment, and cannot prescribe medication to my clients. However, I work closely with several psychiatrists and can help coordinate your pharmacological treatment.